National Press Foundation Forum Previews Trump Administration-Congressional Relations : CSPAN3 : December 22, 2016 2:00pm-3:07pm EST
that they developed in scotland on one of his courses, he's concerned that the view will be marred by a british plan to erect a windmill farm off the north sea coast. and so, when he met post election with nigel farage, who is the head of what some think is the up andcoming ukip party in the british parliament, he mentioned his distaste for windmills. so, here is a president, at least in the eyes of some people, asserting his personal and pecuniary interests in his first discussion with an overseas official. so, i mentioned golf courses. then of course there are hotels around the world. most of donald trump's hotels are now branded. he doesn't own many of them anymore. most are not quite franchises, but trump sells his name and then he insists on certain quality standards. but there is a very, what we think, the few agreements we've looked at, a profound economic stake in these hotels because not only does the trump organization receive up-front fees for use of the name, but often we've been able to look at a couple of the licensing agreements. he also gets a percentage of each sale.
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